[WTF] A lifetime summed up through Google's autocomplete. The suggestions of a simple search for "I'm [age] and" give us a glimpse of the most common concerns affecting the millions of people using Google everyday.
Now / Gaming, Net culture
[WTF] No need to state how Tumblr is full of blogs focusing on very specific subjects. Well, here is another one. The title is pretty much self-explanatory: this Tumblr collects all the toilets featured in video games.
[WTF] Each one of these desktop icons has been carefully crafted by hand by Nina Azzarello. After sketching, coloring and cutting them, Nina scanned her drawings to turn the digital images into fully functional icons for her own computer.
[WTF] In 2012, Jonas Lund created the Paintshop.biz, a collaborative painting tool that lets users create artworks and sell them online. He decided to go a step further this year with Paint Your Pizza. The same online painting tool offers you the possibility to order a custom made pizza.
[WTF] This is an exact reproduction of a Game Boy Color made with cardboard. The gigantic version of the video game device might not turn on but the buttons, dial and switch actually work and there is even a removable game cartridge.
Now / Net culture, Tech
[WTF] No, they are not new kitchen accessories but xex toys for long-distance relationships. The two toys, Zeus and Hera, use motion sensing technology which reproduces the movements of one toy onto the other.
[WTF] A huge Lego construction which has absolutely no point besides being fascinating. Hundreds of miniatures balls roll through all kinds of machines in a closed circuit. The GBC is 6,5 meters long, has 17 modules and 500 miniatures balls.
[WTF] Like Chatroulette, this website lets you discover a lot of hairy creatures wandering naked in their natural habitat, only this time you can adopt them. Don't worry they're cats, not creepy old dudes.